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On a recent afternoon, Deputy Trey Arnold with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office walked back to his patrol car from a vehicle he'd pulled over on Interstate 25 in Castle Rock. By the front … more
Three dozen members of the National Football League Players Association came together on a recent Sunday in Parker, but ultrasounds and echocardiograms, not Xs and Os, were the priority on this given Sunday. The NFLPA, Centura Health and the … more
This holiday season, Park Meadows is decorating with the purpose of getting customers in the door of the retail resort in Lone Tree. “It is a very competitive market,” Park Meadows General Manager Pamela Schenck-Kelly said. “From an … more
Ryan Laber recalled the morning of Dec. 6 — the day of the memorial service for his wife, Jennifer Laber, and two sons, Adam, 3, and Ethan, 5. He went into his sons' room and pulled back the curtains, he said. Sunlight filled the … more
Merriam-Webster defines “innovation” as “introducing or using new ideas or methods,” an apt description of what one finds inside Innovative Body Recovery, a new Meridian facility offering high-tech treatments for age-old ailments. Micah … more
Robots scoot, stop, turn and reverse as they zip around the floor of a classroom at Redstone Elementary School in Highlands Ranch. The fourth-grade students use iPads to make small adjustments and refine the course and behavior of their … more
Lisa Darling, a longtime administrator with Aurora Water with 25 years of experience in Colorado water resources, is now the new executive director of the South Metro Water Supply Authority, according to a news release from the SMWSA. Darling … more
Nighttime lane closures along C-470 have begun as work gets underway on an expansion of the freeway. Flatiron Construction is continuing earthwork for the expansion behind temporary barriers between Lucent Boulevard and Quebec Street, as well as … more
Bob McAdam has a lot to show for his 96 years of life. He served in World War II and the Korean War; he has a Ph.D. in health physical education and athletics; he's written several books; he was married to his wife for 68 years and raised eight … more
Dave Baugh first ate bugs while serving in Southeast Asia in the Marine Corps. “The first time, it was kind of weird,” he admits. “And then, the more places we went to, we ate different kinds of bugs.” For many people, that experience … more
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